What is a pneumatic pressure regulator?
How do you reduce the pneumatic pressure in your test bench?
This is possible with a pneumatic pressure regulator. This is an instrument that reduces the pressure of a flowing medium, liquid or gas, from a high inlet pressure to an adjustable outlet pressure. Moreover, the outlet pressure is so constant that there are no fluctuations in the inlet pressure.
Tradinco has two different options in the range. The self-developed Traqc-9 C series or the CPG series from Wika.
The pneumatic pressure regulators can be operated manually. The solution for manually controlling any requested pressure up to 250 bar. These instruments are used in stationary measurement and calibration systems. This pressure regulator is robust, simple and saves money. Every desired calibration point can be regulated very precisely. A typical pressure regulator consists of the following components:
- a pressure reducing element such as a poppet valve;
- a pressure element to exert the necessary force on the reducing element, such as, for example, a pneumatic spring;
- a pressure sensing element such as a piston or a flexible membrane.
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